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A company with a culture that promotes continuous learning enjoys employees that feel valued and empowered. And when employees feel that they play an integral part in the success of the company, they are more inspired and motivated to produce quality work.

Because the only thing constant is change, continuous learning is necessary for any organization that wants to stay relevant. As market demands change, so must the people the people who cater to them.

Continuous learning means molding your team to adjust to changes that often occur in businesses due to ever-changing industries and technologies and evolving markets. By ensuring your team is learning as these changes happen ensures that your company is staying competitive and prepared to face new challenges.

Organizations will thrive when they employ driven individuals who are keen to learn and expand their knowledge continuously. Furthermore, potential can be realized through education. The more people enhance themselves with knowledge and experience that comes from continuous learning, the more they can add to the company’s value. Because they feel invested in the success of the organization, they look for opportunities to improve processes. This is because they’ve developed a sense of ownership and accountability.

Continuous learning in an organization leads to increased productivity which directly and positively impacts profit. It also improves employee satisfaction resulting in a decrease in turnover. Employees who feel that their companies are investing in their learning and future are more loyal and are less likely to quit. And because turnover is low, your organization spends less money having to hire new employees to replace the old ones. And as studies have shown, training employees continuously costs much less than training new hires and bringing them up to speed.

Continuous learning also promotes development and will help the business to continue to come up with new ideas and recognize fresh perspectives. Continuous learning taps into the full potential of your people and empower them to come up with unique approaches which can transform your organization into one that is innovative and perceived as a leader in your industry.

Continuous learning goes beyond fixing process problems. The principal objective is to promote a learning atmosphere that actively works towards not just improvement but innovation. Investing in continuous learning means that you care about your employees’ growth and ability to contribute. It says that you want to empower them with a voice.

Creating a culture of continuous learning starts with your leaders who should reinforce training initiatives and be supportive of a learning environment. Leadership should formalize training and development plans and explain why it is mandatory for all individuals in the organization. While some employees may be resistant at first and don’t want additional training to take them away from their tasks, they’ll soon realize that continuous learning allows them to perform their jobs work efficiently and makes them more valuable as an employee.

Make information sharing and knowledge development a formal process. This ensures that no one gets left behind and that every individual of your organization enjoys the benefits of continuous learning.

Are you ready to make continuous learning a formalized process in your organization? I believe I can help you develop the power of results-oriented leadership that is prepared to promote a company culture that supports continuous learning. Let’s connect: or

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Greg Nichvalodoff, BSc. BM (Honors), MBA, PCC, CMC
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